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“I’m Not Afraid of You!”   Leave a comment

A Daily Lift by Andrea McCormack

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In this short podcast Andrea describes how hearing a story about a wedgetail eagle in Australia taking down an expensive drone gave her pause for thought. She realised that she also could say NO to unwanted thoughts and situations: “You don’t belong here. I’m not afraid of you!” She goes on to describe how this reasoning helped her to quickly overcome a debilitating physical condition.

Healed of Broken Bones When I Learned …   Leave a comment

A Daily Lift by Madelon Maupin

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In this short podcast Madelon explains how she was healed of the multiple broken bones which were the result of a skiing incident. Seeing herself as purely spiritual gave her a new perspective on herself and brought about the needed change.

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Biblical Solutions to Climate Change – Really?

In this longer podcast Madelon gives a fuller explanation of this healing and also describes how stories in the Bible give us inspiration for dealing with present day environmental issues.

This podcast is from the weekly Sentinel Watch program. The current podcast for each week can be accessed via the PODCASTS tab in the menu line at the top of the page.

A Lesson from Bluebirds   1 comment

A Daily Lift by Deborah Heubsch

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In this short podcast Deborah tells how a lesson in learning to listen helped her to overcome the great fear she felt when her beloved horse was reported to have a broken leg. She tells how losing the fear ushered in the healing.

Grateful for a Quick Healing   Leave a comment

The members of the Christian Science community in Canberra share their healings and thoughts on Christian Science:

A few weeks ago I went to the movies in the afternoon with my daughter and her friend.

As the movie started, I began to feel unwell. I tried to pray but, found it difficult to shut out the noise and images from the movie and felt worse as the movie progressed.

At the end, I left the cinema as quickly as I could and found a place to throw up.

My daughter and her friend didn’t know anything about this and drove to my place to join my other daughter and her family for an evening meal with us.

When I arrived home, I told everyone I wasn’t feeling well enough to eat and went and lay down. I took some Christian Science Journals and the textbook of Christian Science, Science & Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.  I started reading the March Journal and came across an article by Mary Beattie: “Truth Communicates Itself”.  I became absorbed reading this and other articles and suddenly realised about an hour later that I was hungry. I was totally healed.  I am very grateful for what I am learning in Christian Science.

Breaking Out of a Standstill   Leave a comment

A Sentinel Watch interview with Alexandre Fischer

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In this lively interview Alexandre is asked about how he prays when he has a challenge to overcome. He explains how when his prayers seemed less than effective he learned to focus more on listening to God rather than telling God. He gives some interesting examples from his own life that demonstrate how effective prayer can be.

And Just Like That There Was No Pain   Leave a comment

A Daily Lift by Brian Webster

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In this short podcast Brian tells how a painful knee that had kept him from cycling for many months was suddenly healed.

Comments from a Reader   1 comment

A couple of weeks ago I was looking at this Canberra blog site and found a list of testimonies.  The first one caught my attention because it featured chooks and I love chooks.  The testifier told of gathering eggs from her chook run and then stepping on to a rusty nail amidst the chook manure.  She became quite fearful having heard of the claims of tetanus.  She then explained how she came to a healing conclusion as a result of her life-long study of Christian Science

A couple of days later I was walking around the house in socks and I felt a sharp pain in my foot.  There was a rusty needle embedded in it. My thoughts went on fast forward.  Then I thought, “what about that testimony you read?’  I read it again and gradually the fear began to subside but lingered a little.

The next day I joined a Zoom testimony meeting at the Christian Science church in Redcliffe, Queensland.  A lady told of pruning roses and of a thorn becoming embedded in her arm.  It looked quite ominous but she prayed diligently and after a few days all was well.  After listening to that testimony all fear completely vanished.


The next day my cat came home with a battered face and there were puncture wounds.  He had obviously been in a fight.  I couldn’t take him to the vet as I didn’t  have use of a car.  I got some water and cotton wool and he pushed me away as if to say, “You’re not washing my face!”   I said to him this has all been proven, well and truly – by the testifiers in Canberra and in Redcliffe and my own experience and you are not the exception to the rule. The next morning he went out and was gone all day and didn’t come back till after dark.  It was apparent that the healing was going forward quickly and in no time there was no evidence of the wound.

Thanks to your church for putting the testimonies on your web site.  Thanks to the testifiers from your church and Redcliffe and for my own healing.  And thanks to  Gussy for being proof that “All of God’s creatures moving in the harmony of Science are harmless, useful, indestructible.” (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy p514)

Miracles – Divine Law in Action   Leave a comment

Wednesday Testimony Meeting readings

This recording is of the readings on the topic: Miracles – Divine Law in Action

The Sea of Galilee at sunrise.

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The miracle introduces no disorder, but unfolds the primal order, establishing the Science of God’s unchanging law.

There is to-day danger of repeating the offence of the Jews by limiting the Holy One of Israel and asking: “Can God furnish a table in the wilderness?” What cannot God do?

(Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy p134)

Humility – The Cure for Pride   Leave a comment

I had to learn humility the hard way! I was ice-skating with my granddaughter one evening. I am not a very good skater and I was doing my best to keep up speed and glide. At one point I noticed that the rink was populated with young people, and a little pride crept in that I was out there even though I am a grandmother.

Well, a few more turns around the rink and then down I went. My wrist was badly hurt.

My go-to in times of need has always been prayer. In this case, a wake-up call about pride was my biggest take-away from my prayers. After about two weeks, I could still not move my wrist. Then, one day in humble prayer, it came to me that all of us out there on the ice were children of God, expressing the joy, strength, and energy of divine Life. Our true nature is not defined by a certain age and personal abilities. Instead, it appears in our reflection of God’s qualities.

I was very humbled by this thought. In his book “Mere Christianity,” C. S. Lewis, the Christian apologist, refers to pride as “the complete anti-God state of mind.” It suggests the possibility of a selfhood or ego apart from God, the one true Ego. It is a way of thinking that denies the onliness and allness of infinite good.

Click here to continue reading, or listen to, this article by Elizabeth Crecelius Schwartz published in the Christian Science Monitor Daily. In it Elizabeth describes more of the thinking that then led to a quick and complete healing of the injured wrist.

Who Are You?   Leave a comment

A Daily Lift by Russ Gerber

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In this brief podcast Russ describes a day when he woke up and couldn’t move. He tells how turning his thought to God and himself as God’s image brought about an instant healing.

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